Soffs Baby Wipes

A great wipe at a great price, with less chemicals

With the allergies in my family, I don’t take any chances on baby products. I’ve got a new little one in the family, so I’ve been looking again for allergy products that will address all the needs of a growing baby.

Babies are expensive little critters. There’s an endless list of things that we need to buy regularly, and diapers always seem to be at the top of the list! So, months before my daughter was born, I set out looking for the most natural baby wipes I could find.

Did you know that baby wipes normally have so much chemical content in them that they are classified by some agencies as “toxic waste”? I was shocked to find this out at a local parent’s meeting when an expert came in to speak on baby safety. I was reading labels carefully before, but I’m reading them even more carefully now.

Luckily, I stumbled upon Soffs Baby Wipes. These gentle wipes are made in the USA, and I purchased mine at a local diaper outlet store. Not only are these wipes priced well, but they contain mostly natural ingredients - including aloe vera, vitamin E (tocopheryl acetate) and chamomilla flower extract. The only preservatives within them are citric acid and potassium sorbate. Soffs wipes are truly gentle for babies, and you don’t need to have an advanced chemistry degree in order to read the package.

I’ve been using these wipes on my baby Rayna, and I’ve been very pleased. They clean as well as any other wipe, and without any artificial scents or harsh ingredients. My only complaint is that they are a bit smaller in size than many other leading brands of baby wipes. Each wipe is about 6- by 7-inches, and while size isn’t usually a problem, you can come up a bit short sometimes when you have a really messy diaper to deal with! Otherwise, these wipes are a great alternative.

Word of Notice: you can’t use these wipes from the soft plastic refill package. You’ll have to find a hard plastic dispenser to get these to “pop up” nicely. However, given the low price, you likely won’t mind buying a plastic dispenser and then refilling it with these!

~ Monique L. Attinger

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